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Dr. Condoleezza Rice, PhD, political scientist, pianist, professor and diplomat. She was the 1st African American woman, the 2nd African American and the 2nd woman to serve as United States Secretary of State. She was the 1st woman to serve as National Security Advisor. She has been criticized for her connection to George W. Bush, WMD/Iraq War, her conservative views and lack of engagement with the Black community. She is currently a Stanford University professor & Hoover Institute sr…

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The Powerful Message That Helped Condoleezza Rice Thrive Amid Racism In The '60s (VIDEO)

Keep fighting for the American Dream.... this President is setting America up to FAIL and it is truly sad.

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Condoleezza Rice was born November 14, 1954, in Birmingham, Alabama. She grew up surrounded by racism in the segregated South but went on to become the first woman and first African American to be a Stanford University provost. She was appointed National Security Adviser by George W. Bush in 2001, and served as the 66th Secretary of State of the United States from January 2005-2009.

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Today in Black History, 11/14/2013 - Condoleezza Rice was the first African American woman to become the Secretary of State in 2005. For more info, check out today's notes!

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Seven Most Famous Black Republicans Today

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It happened again and will most likely not be the last time. Another attack in France leaves a trail of death, injury, and fear that is rippling around the world. Politicians and activists are calling for action. The public is growing angry and frustrated. In the midst of this storm, former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice bowed her head and said a prayer that you should take the time to hear.

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This image released by Condoleezza Rice shows the U.S. Secretary of State Rice at home with her mother, Angelena Rice, in the late 1950s in Birmingham, Ala. (AP Photo/Coutesy of the Rice Family)

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